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|outlook for Sandstorm remains positive.
|Thoughts of Trump being impeached are sending POG up through 1200. Bring it on!|
|Well, SpRott wrong for once on Trump - so far at least. SSL now taking advantage of the $200 pull back in POG to make a share buyback. With present prospects a very sound move IMO. News also compiles great recent results from MARL and some stonking grades from Kirkland, although clearly a vein field with very little width.
|Sell off seems excessive given the overall picture of Q3. I thought I was joking about President Trump last week! On balance Sprott thinks that Trump will be good for gold.|
|Prospects look good, although production from the Black Fox mine was poor
|Q3 figures out on 9 Nov. POG trying to hold $1300. MARL on a roll, too. Should feed through to SSL. What's not to like? Stand by for the President Trump effect!|
|Gold on a romp!! SSl moving up nicely! gla holders|
|K mon... That day has arrived!!! seems to have been sold down for a while. hopefully the sell insti has about finished, and the share price will continue in an upward trajectory for some time. GLA HOLDERS|
|I'd rather have Going up Nicely any day.|
|Coming down nicely, Wisteria|
|American growth is spluttering! rate rise! early next year article 50! a lot of uncertainty
But keep some powder dry !!!! $5 yes please I will have some. GLA|
|A possible break downwards in POG as Hilary's poll ratings climb and a December Fed rate rise looks nailed on could produce an even better long term opportunity to top up SSL. $5 looks a reasonable entry price, but I'm holding out for $4.|
One punter's view...|
|Thanks Jimbo, a very comforting presentation, especially on the back of a 9:1 down:up day ratio over the past 10 days - providing us with a continuing opportunity to keep adding to this outstanding income growth story.|
|Presentation from the Denver Gold forum. Well worth a listen....
|More good news from Hot Maden. Mariana filed its NI43-101 yesterday with resources to 22 June. PEA Expected 'about' October. See MARL thread or site for more details.
Edit: Joining the indices hasn't had the effect I expected. OH well, I wanted another bucketful of SSL anyway!|
|S&P Dow Dones Canada announced that SSL will be addded to the S&P/TSX Composite and Global Gold indices on 16 Sept. COuld be the trigger for insti buying for ETFs and tracker funds. Might be wise to add before Friday?|
|very good Jim.|
|New seekingalpha article, that's with a read:
|Dooby - yes quite a fall in some of the PM stocks, but a big bounce back in Sandstorm. That's a good article on SeekingAlpha by Frank Holmes and I like the royalty/streaming busness model. The recent weakness in Sandstorm and other quality PM stocks is a buying opportunity imo.|
|Oops, missed a top-up opportunity yesterday. There are clearly others out there doing the same as us|
|...but today, just to prove everyone wrong, SSL has followed a different intraday path
On the plus side, here's an article from Seeking Alpha that won't do Jim's chances of being right any harm...
Historically, most royalty companies seems to trade at a discount, but there's a decent chance the future will be different. We'll see.|
|Shavian - I have noticed the same pattern. Sandstorm always bounces back strongly, which leads to think there are some big buyers in the background. Their business model is much lower risk than individual miners and highly cash generative....the sort of stock Fund Managers love. I wouldn't be surprised to see institutions building up stakes in the company as it grows and gets more widely known.|
|Price action in SSL has followed an interesting pattern in recent days. Big drop at the opening followed by steady buying all day to finish all square or close to the opening price. Not sure how the Canadian system of MMs works, but it looks like a classic tree shake operation. Meanwhile the volume has been steadily building from a low-ish base. Could be the smart money building their positions. Any views?|